Helpful Resources In El Paso For Suicide Prevention
Everyone is different when it comes to dealing with difficult issues that are a part of life. This is why it's always important to treat EVERYONE with kindness in your everyday life.
The person sitting next to you in school, at work or in the lane next to you on the road could be battling some tough demons. There are some people who are brave enough to break their silence about their dark thoughts. Then you also have those who don't say a peep and leave us behind to mourn their death. If you or someone you know is struggling with this issue, please get them or yourself help. Below is a list of resources here in El Paso that can help with this struggle that A LOT of people deal with. It's sad to think that Suicide Prevention is a priority in Oregon since two people a day die from suicide.
I may not know you personally but if you're struggling with this issue, I really hope you do get some help.
El Paso Mhmr
This place is located at 1600 Montana Avenue that is open Monday through Friday. Their hours of operation are from 9 am to 5 pm. They have a few phone numbers listed if you ever need anything.
Primary Phone: (915) 887-3410
Phone: (915) 543-6363
Phone: (915) 747-3510
Phone: (915) 599-6690
TollFree: (877) 562-6467
Family Services of El Paso
Family Services of El Paso is located at 6040 Surety Drive near St. Pius church. Their hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 7 pm. They also work with you on payments based on your income.
FAX (915) 781-9930
This is a local hotline is for El Pasoans to use if they need assistance. EMERGENCE CRISIS HOTLINE (Mental Health Crisis) 24/7: 915.779.1800.